When people think of an Outer Banks vacation they typically think of a nice hot summer vacation. They love to picture themselves cooling off in the ocean or jumping in the pool after a long day at the beach. Although the Outer Banks is a beautiful summer destination there are some benefits to visiting in the fall, winter, and spring, also known in the Outer Banks as the off-season.
Let the Sun Shine!
Many thanks to this week’s Memory Monday photo submission owner Tim Morrison who hails from Vienna, Virginia. Tim and his family stayed with us at Outer Banks Blue last August and Tim passed along this great photo.
I have had the pleasure of touching the lives of many families, watching them learn and live the Outer Banks history, while making memories to last a lifetime! This position has been so fulfilling and I will take the memories of crossing the bridge and passing that Mile Post 1 sign with me to the grave. I now live in Camden, NC which is about an hour commute. I enjoy all of the sites along the way, especially counting the different state tags I pass along the way. I enjoy comparing statistics with the visitors on our website through analytic research with those that I meet & greet on the roads. It has been an honor to paint the pictures online using photography, videos & elusive descriptions of the vacation homes. Families unpack their lives in these home and it has been one of the most amazing experiences in a career. There are many shops, diners and stops you can make on your way to and from the Outer Banks year round, and we look forward to counting your tag as you pass by on your next visit!